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This is a discussion on Stage two help within the Tuning: Electronic Engine Management forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by EJ257 I've gotten multiple requests here and via PM to elaborate. I'll say this one last time... ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    I've gotten multiple requests here and via PM to elaborate. I'll say this one last time...

    Erics tuning seems to work for him and his customers. If you're happy with it, great. The entire point of my post was to simply say Shawn and I would set cars up differently. It doesn't necessarily mean his tuning style is wrong, just different.
    Don't mean to beat a topic here to death or to bug you man... But for example, when you say his style is 'different' or that you guys tune cars differently, are you implying or know that something he may be doing could be dangerous to the health of our cars? I'm certainly not asking you to openly discredit him or anything, but for example if you think he tunes too aggressively, or doesnt take enough precaution, or is too cautious with the tuning, etc etc that would be very helpful IMO. And I am purely curious just because of the fact that I've had great service from him so far, but if some people don't like him there has to be a logical reason
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    There is no a "black and white" way to tune a car. Especially modern day OBDII cars with 50-100 tables in the ROMs. With forced induction some like to tune for boost and some like to tune for timing. There are so many variables that come into play with tuning,especially remotely via email.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Donkey
    There is no a "black and white" way to tune a car. Especially modern day OBDII cars with 50-100 tables in the ROMs. With forced induction some like to tune for boost and some like to tune for timing. There are so many variables that come into play with tuning,especially remotely via email.
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